Vesryn Aelorothi was a fey'ri sorcerer of House Aelorothi of Siluvanede and a member of the daemonfey in the early 1370s DR .[1]


He was incredibly tall but also so slender as to be skeletal. He had dark copper-hued hair. Although quite fiendish in his true form, he adopted a mundane appearance more of the time. He favored a moon elf of noble aspect and quiet manner and human sorcerer with portly build and wild, white-blond hair.[1]


As a fey'ri, Laelran had the powers to cast detect thoughts and suggestion once a day each, and was resistant to fires and mundane weapons.[1]


Following the liberation of the daemonfey in 1369 DR, Vesryn quickly pledged himself to House Dlardrageth and the daemonfey, and swore his obedience to Countess Sarya Dlardrageth.[1]

In the early 1370s DR, he was based at a daemonfey bolthole along the northern edge of the High Forest along with Teryani Ealoeth and few other daemonfey of their scouting party.[1]

After the death of Nurthel Floshin in 1374 DR, Sarya promoted Vesryn as her new spymaster, thanks to his knowledge about modern Faerun.[2]

After losing the Cormanthor War, he, alongside most of the remaining fey'ri, tried to escape inside the Waymeet but at last was killed in the fighting.[3]


He readily made himself available to serve the Dlardrageths' plans, usually taking part in raids or scouting missions.[1]


Vesryn possessed gracious and courteous manners but also exquisite cruelties.[2] He believed fully in Sarya Dlardrageth's plans and enjoyed carrying out her orders.[1]


Vesryn wielded a magical +1 longsword, wore +1 elven chain and a ring of counterspells (magic missile), and equipped with two potions of cure moderate wounds, a potion of neutralize poison, a scroll of flashburst, a scroll of lesser ironguard, a wand of Melf's acid arrow, two waterstars (500 gp each), and a hand-drawn map of the North kept in a leather scroll case.[1]

He had a bat familiar.[1]



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